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TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION TASKFORCE Mapping Committee Report Information Technology Infrastructure Survey
How many total servers do you have? TOTAL = 1,653
How many total personal computers do you have? TOTAL = 44,460
What percentage of the buildings on campus have wireless access? MEDIAN = 65%
What percentage of classrooms on campus have wireless access? MEDIAN = 25%
What percentage of the campus geographic area has wireless coverage? MEDIAN = 25%
Approximately how many college owned blackberry/treo like wireless devices do you have? TOTAL = 273
Approximately how many college owned laptop/tablet devices do you have with wireless capability? TOTAL = 3,425
What percentage of your total wireless infrastructure is greater than 11mb? MEDIAN = 100%
Do you plan to implement upgrades to your wireless infrastructure during the next year?
When do you plan to migrate completely to IP video?
What is the backbone capacity of your local network?
At what speed are your servers connected to your campus network?
At what speed are your PCs connected to your campus network?
Intra Campus Connectivity Summary
Have you implemented server virtualization?
Do you have plans to implement or expand server virtualization?
WIDE AREA NETWORK CAPACITY Megabits
Do you prioritize or restrict inbound and/or outbound IP traffic to the college?
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